National and state-based wild dog action plans

The National Wild Dog Action Plan (first developed in 2014) guides the implementation of a nationally-agreed framework for strategic and risk based approaches to wild dog management; emphasising humane, safe and effective management techniques and appropriate scales for mitigating the impacts of wild dogs.

You can learn more about this National Plan via their website at

Many jurisdictions have their own legislative requirements for wild dog control and management strategies. Some jurisdictions also have specific state based management plans, which you can find via –

We recommend also visiting our Connect section to ensure you are kept informed about the current wild dog control legislation in your region.